PS Audio Perfectwave ac 12 power cable.
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Due to antipodes DX upgrade that I am receiving, took the opportunity to upgrade from the in box kettle chord it comes with to ps audio flagship power chord. Also upgraded USB and xlr interconnects . Due to the fact that my DX unit will be formatted with my library a direct a/b is not possible. However I will try some testing on my gsx mk2 amp. Regardless picked this piece of art for peace of mind and lower noise floor as well as any placebo effect. Blurb, pics, and thoughts to follow.

  • PCOCC single crystal construction
  • 8 gauge power cable
  • Quad shielded low noise
  • Hollow tube conductors for treble performance
  • Rectangular conductors for midrange performance
  • Multiple gauge conductors for bass performance
  • Gold plated connectors
  • Welded connector to conductor
  • Quiet for digital
  • Unrestricted for analog

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Yes this is an intense power cable. Feels like it’s about to power up something serious.
Notes to follow when DX arrives. And/or time on gsx mk2
 
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hey the ground can be removed, never had ground loop issues so, but interesting.
 
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well just connected this beast and await my DX tomorrow, its a massive power chord, only an issue with tough spaces but this thing is a monster.
 
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hey the ground can be removed, never had ground loop issues so, but interesting.
That's like saying "you don't need to buckle your seat-belt. never had an issue".
Does it have a 'UL' sticker?
 
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That's like saying "you don't need to buckle your seat-belt. never had an issue".
Does it have a 'UL' sticker?
well i guess thats one way to look at it. Packaging is all in trash.
 
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OK plugged in this cable is a beast. Get longer than you think and don't expect any funky bending to access, or a twist between inputs. This cable is not super flexible but if your connection points are straightforward, well this value added chord does the job.
 
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